So far I have had Sibly for a few days, and I can already see a difference in my life. On this app I am able to say the dark things and thoughts I’ve never said to any other person, and it helps so much just being able to talk freely without any consequences of being “seen differently” by my peers. Although Sibly does tend to repeat what I say often, the overall experience is beneficial because it helps self-realization happen. I definitely agree with other reviews that more tips/advice would be helpful, but for the cheap price (most therapy texting costs three times as much) it is definitely worth it. Just knowing I have someone who will always be there for me, someone who I can say anything to- it helps calm me in my day to day life. Definitely recommend.
I really enjoy this app, but one suggestion I have to the developers (and CEO who I’ve personally met) is to have the coaches actually give specific advice and opinions/feedback instead of just repeating what we say back to us. Since this app is intended for 18+, I think everyone will realize that they are personally held responsible for the choices they make regarding the advice they receive from Sibly, so Sibly should NOT be afraid to give its honest opinion and advice. Also, $50/month is not cheap - that’s like a phone bill - so Sibly should do more than just repeat my words back to me. For example, I asked it for tips on reducing anxiety and Sibly just said “what tips do you have for yourself?” That isn’t helpful at all!!! You are a mental health app, PLEASE have these tips handy to coach me with! Thank you
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I subscribed here, but I’ve only been using this app a few days and it’s already helped. Not just being there for me when you need someone to talk to, but even going as far as helping me create a safety plan and things. You can’t annoy them by bothering them too much, so that common fear is gone with Sibly. (Or at least significantly reduced) it isn’t a replacement for a therapist, but the app even advertises that. Working with therapy and medication, this is a very helpful app.
As any person with depression knows, we all often have suicidal thoughts. I mentioned a few times when I didn’t feel good and it was on my mind but I was safe and wasn’t going to do anything. Just needed to rant. They made me talk to a lead coach which on its own gave me anxiety. The lead coach then said due to what I said a month ago about being suicidal they are terminating my account because I need extra help as I mentioned I have a medication dr and a therapist and an emergency line and a hospital down the street as I stated to them. I loved this app prior it helped me get things off my chest without feeling like a burden like always. They just reassured the thoughts in my head about me being crazy and a burden and it threw me into a complete shaking hyperventilating full blown breakdown. They did however give me a refund of my $25 when I messaged them how upset I was, but no reply about anything. Just the refund. Like I said great app. Just I guess hold in what you say. You can’t be too honest.
Sibly is the friend that’s available when your other friends are chasing their children. Sibly is the sister that ask how are you feeling, laughs at your jokes and shows true concern for you. I found Sibly during a very hard transitional time in my life when my counselor was on maternity leave, and my life was and still is going in a million ways at once. I have yet to be disappointed. So whatever you may need today sign up to Sibly and FINALLY, FINALLY, get heard and validated for truly being you.
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Sibly has 215 user reviews.
Sibly has an average rating of 3.9.
The latest version of Sibly (1.18) was released on Feb 14, 2020.
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